What Are Their Main Differences?
Although 'either' and 'ither' have some letters in common, it is important to know that the spelling is different. There is no such word as 'ither' unless it is a misspelling or the Scottish form for 'either'.
What Is Either?
is used as a determiner, pronoun, adverb, or conjunction.
I will pay for
I don't like
Fortunately, I don't have
"He couldn't speak Spanish." "I couldn't
has different meanings when it is used as each of its word classes. 'Either' is mostly used by the definition of 'one of the two', 'both', or 'too.'
What Ither Can Stand for
Sometimes we can see this word in context and it means exactly as the word either. In this case, this is just a misspelling.
Sometimes we see this word and it means other in the Scottish language.
Here is the table of differences:
|either||One of the two/ both/ too||_|
|ither||Scottish word for other||misspelling|